RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina will hold this Sunday (14) legislative elections that are key for the ruling coalition's political future and of the Peronist president Alberto Fernández, who, after almost two years in office, is showing strong wear and tear amid a deep economic crisis.
The Fernández government seeks to retain its legislative majority in this Sunday's elections, a goal that seems improbable, according to the latest polls published before the closing date for the publication of polls.
Some 34.3 million Argentines are eligible to go to the polls to vote on 127 of . . .
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